The iCare Home 2 launch: April 2022!

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Home Eye Pressure Monitor

More measurements, in any posistion, gives better results.

"The notion of measuring pressure at one time point - a two-second measurement in one visit every x-number of months - and relying on that to determine treatment feels archaic." - Glaucoma Today

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"The difference between readings we obtain in the office and the data from the iCare Home is like the difference between a single snapshot and a continuous movie of a patient's daily life."

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What eye doctors and medical studies are saying:

“iCare HOME can support
diagnosis and management of
patients at risk of glaucoma
by determination of peak
intraocular pressure, as well
as the extent and patterns of fluctuations.

Huang J, Katalinic P, Kalloniatis M, Hennessy MP, Zangerl B, Diurnal Intraocular Pressure Fluctuations with Self-tonometry in Glaucoma Patients and Suspects: A Clinical Trial, Optom Vis Sci 2018; Vol 95(2)

“Monitoring of IOP in patients with glaucoma progression despite apparently adequate IOP control at office visits, detected higher average mean IOP, peak IOP, and range of IOP fluctuation.”

Cvenkel B, Velkovska MA, Self-monitoring of intraocular pressure using Icare HOME tonometry in clinical practice, Clin Ophthalmol 2019:13 841–8474

"After 24-hr monitoring, 58% of eyes were followed by advancement of glaucoma therapy: 2% laser surgery, 38% added medication, and 0% laser trabeculoplasty. No clinic based IOP metrics predicted therapy advancement.

Ophthalmology Glaucoma: McGlumphy et al, 2021. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33845191/
  • iCare Home2: Measure in Any Position

  • Note: The Original iCare Home only allows measurements in upright positioning.
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iCare Home2: Measure in Any Position

Note: The Original iCare Home only allows measurements in upright positioning. Buy

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